Etikettarkiv: Köpenhamn

Good cover illustration in Copenhagen

Good cover illustration in Copenhagen

Time flies and I forgot to publish this really nice magazine cover (or poster in this case) that I saw some time this winter in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is a pencil drawing by illustrator Sine Jensen for The Cope Quarterly Magazine, and I just think it is very well done! You go girl, you got it! Also nice… Läs mer…

Flower paintings in art history

Flower paintings in art history

When I was younger I studied art history at the University in Linköping, and even before then I appreciated a variety of classical paintings, styles and motifs from early ”middle ages” up until our time. Now it´s been a while since I visited an art museum and I feel a longing for big paintings, bright… Läs mer…

Pixelated Piles in Köpenhamn

Pixelated Piles in Köpenhamn

When we last visited Copenhagen we run into this beautiful ”street art” at Kongens Nytorv. Made out of shiny round pixels the piece is called ”Piles” and represents the soil, water and rubble in the ground behind the building fence. I think it is brilliant! And I love the use of an ugly building fence… Läs mer…

Fish in a tin can

Fish in a tin can

I just think this is so cute! A fish in a tin can I saw in a window in Copenhagen several weeks ago, late in the evening. I am not sure about the name of the store (Stilleben?), but it was on Kompagnistræde… They have such beautiful arts and crafts and design. And I didn´t see… Läs mer…

A royal dress, high fashion in Denmark

A royal dress, high fashion in Denmark

Look at this beautiful dress, isn´t it amazing, when you really study it in detail! This very big painting from 1776 hangs at the Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen / København. It is painted by the danish artist Virgilius Eriksen and is a portrait of The Queen Dowager Juliane Marie / Enkedronning Juliane Marie. In… Läs mer…